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a process in which ions are exchanged between a solution and an insoluble (usually resinous) solid

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However, no study has indicated the interaction between ROS and anion exchanger and a possible role of NO during ventilation of the lungs with hypoxic gas.
Caspase 3-mediated proteolysis of the N-terminal cytoplasmic domain of the human erythroid anion exchanger 1 (Band 3)," The Journal of Biological Chemistry, vol.
It may be concluded that chitosan produced from shrimp shells has high viability for use as anion exchanger and provides a sustainable feedstock in the production of this material.
Figure 4 shows the performance of anion exchanger membrane chromatography activated using different concentration of NaOH.
50 M for the AECFs-6 sample for the maximum elution of the CF ions from 500 mg of the anion exchanger.
15) The higher the number, the stronger the binding of the halide to the anion exchanger.
The band 3-related anion exchanger (AE) gene family.
During elution of the anion exchanger with NaCl solution, recovery of biological activity from the anion exchanger occurred at a concentration of 0.
17,18) Administration of DIDS (4,4-diisothiocyanostilbene 2,2-disulfonic acid, anion exchanger inhibitor), a potent and relatively specific inhibitor of anion exchanger or acetazolamide, a carbonic anhydrase inhibitor or induction the Na-free medium decrease pulmonary vascular tone during hypercapnia in the isolated pulmonary artery.
absolute value of Z]([OHM]) Initial GOD Anion exchanger 75.
One of two generic adsorption processes typically is used for DNA isolation following the partial purification mentioned above: (a) hydrogen-bonding interaction under chaotropic conditions to an underivatized hydrophilic matrix, typically silica (4, 5), or (b) ionic interaction under aqueous conditions to an anion exchanger.